Summary In 2006 the Atlantic magazine asked a panel of "eminent historians" to name the 100 most influential people in American history . When Democrats noticed him again in 2000 the only question they thought to ask was, what's got into Ralph? Such is politics in the land of the lotus eaters.
Summary Among the stars at AIDS 2014, the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, were Bill Clinton , Bob Geldof and, perhaps lesser known outside HIV circles, Professor Francoise Barre Sinoussi, outgoing President of the International AIDS Society (IAS) and the Nobel Laureate who co-discovered HIV. Finally, we need to remember that there are many people who have been living with HIV for many years and we need to celebrate the wealth of knowledge and experience that they bring to the struggle against HIV. There were many reminders throughout the Global Village of the contributions of people have been living with HIV since the earliest days of the epidemic.
Summary In a statement, Grimes' campaign says Clinton will appear with her at an event on Aug. 6. The campaign did not disclose the city where the event will take place, saying additional details will be provided in coming days. Clinton's visit will be his second in support of Grimes, a Democrat who the daughter of longtime Clinton friend Jerry Lundergan.
Summary When Bill Clinton ran for president in 1992, he admitted that he had "experimented with marijuana," but said he "didn't like it," "didn't inhale it" and "never tried it again." Seventy-eight percent of Americans thought marijuana should be illegal in 1991 . That figure fell to 57 percent in 2008, according to the Pew Research Center.